Dorothy Salisbury Davis
Dorothy Salisbury Davis (1916 - 2014) was born in Chicago, and worked there in advertising, as a research librarian and as an editor of The Merchandiser before she began writing crime fiction. Her novels explore psychological suspense, and she was nominated for the Edgar Award eight times. She also served as President of the Mystery Writers of America in 1956 and was declared a Grand Master by the MWA in 1985. She was on the initial steering committee of Sisters in Crime.
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Books:A Gentle Murderer, March 2023
Library of Congress Crime Classics
Trade Paperback / e-Book